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Group Dining options for 18 people...suggestions?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by PokerFaceNJ, Feb 27, 2015.

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  1. PokerFaceNJ

    PokerFaceNJ Low-Roller

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    My wife and I, along with family and friends (18 total), will be celebrating our wedding vow renewal and anniversary early in April of this year. This is a casual event and we are not looking to spend a ton of money on dinner so a two/three star kind of place will suit us just fine. I would also prefer not to have a place shove some tables together in the middle of the restaurant...was hoping for a private room, but just not sure if it is possible. Already have emails out to such places as Buddy V's, the Yardhouse and Maggianos.

    I would prefer to stay on strip since I do not want to put people out by forcing them to cab to see us. We are all staying mid strip (Linq and Harrahs) so hopeful to have something in walking distance.

    Any suggestions??
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Maggianos was the first place that came to mind (I think there is still one at Fashion Show). Inexpensive, but also has private dining to accommodate more than a dozen? I think that may be hard to find. If its not too expensive, maybe try the Palm at the forum shops. Although I haven't tried it in vegas, the other Palms I have been to all had larger private rooms
     
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    Carmines at Caesar's Forum shops would be perfect. They can handle a group like that with no problems and it's family style eating so everyone can get a taste of alot of different dishes. Not to mention the food is delicious. Ask for Frankie as your server.
     
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    Also consider dVino at Monte Carlo. Very good food, way better than Maggianos, and quieter. It will be pricier but only if you buy the wine. They can easily set up for a group that large.
     
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    I would highly suggest a GOOD Buffet. It's much simpler and much cheaper then trying to put together a party of 18 and then expect everyone to like their food choices at Restaurant X, get good service and expect to be served all at the same time with hot food.

    There are several really GOOD Buffets in the area you are staying. Go online to the hotel that host them and do the math of what it would cost you to pick up the entire tab.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I thought about that too, but which buffet is going to have the seating requirements the OP indicated (not putting tables together)?
     
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    Some do have private rooms. I am fairly certain Paris does as a starter.
     
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    Cool, good to know! :thumbsup:
     
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